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DPWH weekend repair of 4 roads in Quezon City

Weekend repair works of the Department of Public Works and Highways – National Capital Region (DPWH – NCR) will resume covering four (4) major roads of Quezon City beginning 11 p.m. Friday, July 27, 2018.

With the clearance from Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), DPWH – NCR road rehabilitation will cover the areas at Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) southbound direction from in front of Francesca Tower to after Scout Borromeo, 3rd lane from the center island; and at the northbound direction from Vertis North to Trinoma Mall, 2nd lane from the sidewalk.

DPWH weekend repair of 4 roads in Quezon City

Weekend repair works of the Department of Public Works and Highways – National Capital Region (DPWH – NCR) will resume covering four (4) major roads of Quezon City beginning 11 p.m. Friday, July 27, 2018.

With the clearance from Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), DPWH – NCR road rehabilitation will cover the areas at Epifanio delos Santos Avenue (EDSA) southbound direction from in front of Francesca Tower to after Scout Borromeo, 3rd lane from the center island; and at the northbound direction from Vertis North to Trinoma Mall, 2nd lane from the sidewalk.

12 flood control projects in Leyte to be finished within 2018

A total of 12 flood mitigation structure projects that will protect residents at flood-prone areas in the municipalities of Albuera, Isabel, Palompon and the city of Ormoc, Leyte are now on its final completion stage.

In his report, Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Leyte 4th District Engineer Lino Francisco C. Gonzalez said that a total amount of P379-million are being implemented under budget allocation from the General Appropriations Act (GAA) of 2018 for 17 flood control projects, five (5) of which have already been completed.

12 flood control projects in Leyte to be finished within 2018

A total of 12 flood mitigation structure projects that will protect residents at flood-prone areas in the municipalities of Albuera, Isabel, Palompon and the city of Ormoc, Leyte are now on its final completion stage.

In his report, Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Leyte 4th District Engineer Lino Francisco C. Gonzalez said that a total amount of P379-million are being implemented under budget allocation from the General Appropriations Act (GAA) of 2018 for 17 flood control projects, five (5) of which have already been completed.

27 road sections in Luzon closed due to triple storms Henry, Josie, Inday

As of 12 noon, Monday, July 23, 2018, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) reported a total of 27 road sections that are closed to traffic due to flooding, landslide, soil collapse, and road slip.

Report from the DPWH Bureau of Maintenance identified seven (7) impassable road sections in Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), ten (10) in Region I, eight (8) in Region III, and two (2) in Region IV-A.

DPWH: Skyway users from South may now exit up to Java Street, Makati City

In an effort to help alleviate traffic in Metro Manila, Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark A. Villar on Friday, July 20, 2018 opened the 3-lane, northbound direction of Skyway Stage 3 from Buendia Avenue up to near Java Street in Makati, City.

DPWH Secretary Villar said instead of using Buendia as an off ramp, motorists may now exit a kilometer further along South Super Highway through a temporary ramp constructed near Java Street.

New diversion road in Ormoc City underway

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has commenced the construction of the 4-lane Ormoc City Diversion Road which traverses the barangays of San Juan, Lao, and Naungan in Ormoc City, Leyte.

According to DPWH Leyte 4th District Engineer Lino Francisco C. Gonzalez, a total of P300-million is allocated for the construction of the 5.28-kilometer diversion road that will reduce traffic congestion along the Merida-Isabel-Palompon Route.

New diversion road in Ormoc City underway

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has commenced the construction of the 4-lane Ormoc City Diversion Road which traverses the barangays of San Juan, Lao, and Naungan in Ormoc City, Leyte.

According to DPWH Leyte 4th District Engineer Lino Francisco C. Gonzalez, a total of P300-million is allocated for the construction of the 5.28-kilometer diversion road that will reduce traffic congestion along the Merida-Isabel-Palompon Route.

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